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UTSGCSB332H1T.GreiderWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electrical Synapse, Organelle, Connexon

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1 Feb 2015
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture 1: CJH332: Lecture 1

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14 Jan 2017
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Different stressors can produce effects on many parts of the body. Acth hits adrenal medulla which reacts to release other hormones which are involved
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UTSGCSB332H1T.GreiderWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Respiratory Failure, Conformational Change, Sodium Channel

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1 Feb 2015
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Channel conductance determined by 2 factors (cid:224) (1) permeability; (2) concentration: these are called graded potentials, typically involves the o
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UTSGCSB332H1T.GreiderWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nederlandse Christelijke Radio Vereniging, Purkinje Cell, Purr

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1 Feb 2015
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Lecture 2 - includes txtbk reading (pg. 144-146) notes & ATPase youtube notes

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17 Jan 2012
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Csb332 l2 ch 4,5,6; jan. 11, 2012: allowed to post recordings on the portal discussion but, not anywhere else, 2 classes of recs. If ligand binds to ch
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Resting Potential

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14 Jan 2017
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Neurons communicate/encode information using electrical signals: difference in charge across the membrane - ions can"t get through phospholipid bilayer
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Synaptic Plasticity, Chemical Synapse, Electrical Synapse

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10 Aug 2012
22
Plasticity is the capacity of the nervous system to change. Synaptic plasticity = the capacity to alter the strength of synaptic transmission: modifyin
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Resting Potential, Reversal Potential, Axoplasm

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23 Jan 2017
3
When using nerst it is easier to simplify the rt/zf into one term and the [k]o/[ki] into one term and then solve. When the neuron is not ring it is neg
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dentate Gyrus, Pyramidal Cell, Granule Cell

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11 Aug 2012
23
Blue dots control, testing strength of synapse. Stimulate perforant fibres every 5min, then record from principle cell. See strength stays same so sees
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Synaptic Plasticity, Temporal Lobe, Episodic Memory

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11 Aug 2012
35
Synaptic modifications in cultured hippocampal neurons: dependence on. Spike timing, synaptic strength, and postsynaptic cell type. The journal of neur
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Tetraodontidae, Cerebral Hemisphere, Cytoplasm

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14 Jan 2012
34
4, 5 (neuron to brain 5th ed. : know all info in text related to figures used, know all info that relates to class material, olfactory bulb has direct
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UTSGCSB332H1T.GreiderWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Myelin, Myocyte, Camillo Golgi

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1 Feb 2015
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